The National Water Commission (NWC) says it has revised its schedule for trucking water to schools and communities affected is advising that a revised trucking schedule has been implemented to augment the supply of water to several schools and communities in St. Mary that are impacted by the present dry condition.
Regional Manager North East – Richard Williams, stated that the revision of the schedule became necessary with the resumption of schools, as the Commission needed to place them on a precise supply regiment to mitigate against class disruption and closures.
The listed schools will be supplied on Mondays.
The schools to get water on Mondays are listed as Carron Hall Primary, St. Mary Technical Campus 1&2, Zion Hill Primary, Martin Primary, St. Mary High, Brimmervale High, Jacks River Primary, Jacks River Basic, Clonmel Primary And Junior High, Albion Mountain Primary, Fellowship All-Age and Ramble Primary.
Mr Williams is encouraging residents to observe their trucking supply times and to manage their usage effectively, until their next scheduled date.
The NWC says several communities are to get water on other days of the week.